Travel Blogs from Independence
Well another gorgeous day on the BRP. Colder today. Both wade and I stopped to put on layers on top of layers. Long underwear sweaters hand warmers on and away we go. We crossed into North Carolina about 11:30. It's a little different here. A lot less mountain pass and more flat wide twisties. Lots of pass lanes and room to open up the bike. Judy Too is really in her ...
... for the night just before the rain came, so are hoping for good brakes in the morning. While on Interstate Highways, we are listening to John Grisham novels, so the time goes quickly.
The last few days, we have been feasting on the fruit and vegetables from the fruit stand in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, which were extraordinary, so had great dinners two nights in a row in the trailer.I took some more photos, which are below.
... plan of spending our evenings indulging in toys banned by the consumer product safety commission and European canned meat products.
Soldiering on, we secured a bit of wood and burned it. After the campfire, a viewing of No Country for Old Men ended the day.
So its time to make sure these five fingers work. Linville Falls, with it's three separate waterfalls and white water river, was the perfect test hike.
The next attraction on the parkway was Grandfather mountain. $20 per person for a view we got for free yesterday? No thanks.
... his bus and the fuel consumption when he's towing the car is about 7 miles to the gallon. Fortunately gas (local term) is about half the price we pay. On average they pay about $3.40 a gallon. James's mobile house has all the mod cons you can think of, it's very spacious, the main bedroom has an en suite , there is also a guest shower and toilet and both settees convert to double beds. Very impressive.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting